Fri, 19 May 2017 10:08 - Updated Fri, 19 May 2017 12:09
Malanje: ENDE replaces 6.000 incandescent bulbs with ecological lamps
Malanje - At least six thousand incandescent light bulbs of the 15.000 ones made available were replaced in several homes in the northern Malanje province during the second phase of the campaign to reduce electricity consumption to customers, which is being carried out by the National Electricity Distribution Company (ENDE) since last March.
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The project plans to benefit 35.000 customers from Malanje and Cacuso municipalities, said ENDE Press and Communication Office manager, Leandro Congo.
He explained that the replacement of bulbs is free and covers only customers who have contracts, with the right to exchange up to 10 conventional lamps per residence.
He said that the lamps collected from the homes of the city will be recycled for the production of ecological lamps.
Leandro Congo explained that ecological lamps are economical, producing less heat, costs and good light.
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